CYRCON: Latinitza & Cyrillic Converter
CyrCon can translate latinitza into cyrillic characters and convert between the following cyrillic encodings: windows-1251, iso-8859-5, koi8-r, mac-cyrillic and dos cp 866, as well as UTF-8 and UTF-16 unicode encodings.
You can then copy the text to windows clipboard as either unicode or localized text and paste it into another application, such as e-mail.
CyrCon for Windows can open and save plain text, UTF-8 and UTF-16 files.
CyrCon for Windows works on any Win-32 platform such as Windows 98 or Windows XP. Command-line CyrCon works on Windows or Linux.
CyrCon for WindowsThis is the file you should download if you are not sure what to get.
The installation procedure is as follows: unzip cyrcon.zip into the directory of your choice and create a shortcut to cyrcon.exe. To use any non-windows cyrillic encoding, configure the fonts in the font setup dialog.
To uninstall, delete this file and the shortcut.
if you need to convert text in batch files or shell scripts. After downloading and decompressing the appropriate file, run
ccc -hfor instructions.
Version HistoryVersion 0.9.10.30, Dec 15, 2003
-Some changes to compilation procedure
-Minor fixes of console version
-Linux port of console version
Version 0.9.10.29, Dec 11, 2003
-By popular request, convert from cyrillic to latinica
-Source and target encoding displayed in status bar
-Some minor fixes
Version 0.9.9.24, Nov 24, 2003
-Fixed reading and writing UTF-16 files to make them compatible with Windows Notepad
Version 0.9.9.22, Jul 30, 2003
-Automatically recognize UTF-8 when pasting text from clipboard
-Gost 7.79-2000 Latinica encoding (thanks to Sergey L Rozanov for the suggestion)
-Console build : a command line version of cyrcon. Launch "cyrcon_console.exe help" for usage instructions
This program is written in Delphi 5. Download the source code here: cyrcon_source.zip